One More Jump is a new level-based jumping game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal in this game is to jump to the goal in each level, collecting the gems if you can, and then unlocking the endless mode so that you can test how high of a score you can get. Read on for some tips and tricks for One More Jump!
You can get to the goal right away, or you can stay behind in the level and collect all three gems before going to the goal. To do the second option, jump over the goal and time it so that you land safely on the platform on the other side of it. Then change the timing of your jump as needed to earn the gem. Once you have all of the gems, then go back to the goal and go through it.
An easier way to get gems, though, is to go to the character select menu and hit the “earn” button. When you do this, a video ad will play, and when it is complete, you will get five gems. The video offer never goes away, so you can watch as many videos as you want in order to load up on gems.
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Once you complete the first 12 challenges, you’ll not only unlock a new set of challenges, you’ll also unlock the daily endless mode. The endless stage is the same for one day at a time, and it changes at the end of the day. Game Center will have a different leaderboard for each one of the endless levels that you played within the past two weeks.
You can play the challenges in any order that you want, not just pressing the next one. As long as you have an entire pack of challenges, you can play any challenge in it. To make the game a little bit easier (but harder at first), work the challenges backwards. Then beat the toughest one, and the previous ones will not seem so tough.
All of the levels are in portrait mode. Put the phone in landscape mode to make it so that you are looking at the character jump vertically rather than horizontally if you want to give the game a bit more of a natural feel. You’l get used to the portrait mode as you keep playing, though.